36 Days of Type is a project that invites designers, illustrators and graphic artists to express their particular interpretation of the letters and numbers of the Latin Alphabet. Fatih Hardal created a structure using print scr
I am always amazed to see the evolution of the design community and the adoption to new styles and techniques. Motion design seems to be taking over, not only in the design industry, but everywhere. Apps like Snapchat are proof to this evolution and it gives a glimpse of a day where no more static images will be seen. Until then I hope we find a better format than GIF. That said, for this post I want to share some beautiful examples of typography in motion created by Starov Evgeniy and Dubnichenko Alexey.
The main idea of this collection is to show new vision of using lettering logos combining animation and calligraphy.
Each of these works have their own style and animation details so they can be placed in any kind of media space and become a part of the branding.
For more information check out https://www.behance.net/Starov